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New Books in German Studies

By Marshall Poe

Interviews with Scholars of Germany about their New Books

  1. 1.
    Alex J. Kay, "The Making of an SS Killer: the Life of Colonel Alfred Filbert, 1905-1990" (Cambridge UP, 2016)09/16/2019
    46:40
  2. 2.
    Chiara Russo Krauss, "Wundt, Avenarius and Scientific Psychology: A Debate at the Turn of the Twentieth Century" (Palgrave MacMillan, 2019)09/10/2019
    1:05:11
  3. 3.
    Evgeny Finkel, "Ordinary Jews: Choice and Survival during the Holocaust" (Princeton UP, 2017)08/22/2019
    59:36
  4. 4.
    Danny Orbach, "Plots Against Hitler" (Eamon Dolan/HMH, 2016)08/21/2019
    1:03:14
  5. 5.
    Stephen Alan Bourque, "Beyond the Beach: The Allied War Against France" (Naval Institute Press, 2018)08/14/2019
    1:05:47
  6. 6.
    Andrew Wright Hurley, "Ludwig Leichhardt’s Ghosts: The Strange Career of a Traveling Myth" (Camden House, 2018)08/09/2019
    34:45
  7. 7.
    Elizabeth Otto, "Haunted Bauhaus: Occult Spirituality, Gender Fluidity, Queer Identities, and Radical Politics" (MIT Press, 2019)08/06/2019
    1:13:25
  8. 8.
    Katharina Karcher, "Sisters in Arms: Militant Feminisms in the Federal Republic of Germany since 1968" (Berghahn, 2017)07/31/2019
    53:35
  1. 9.
    Elizabeth R. Baer, "The Genocidal Gaze: From German Southwest Africa to the Third Reich" (Wayne State UP, 2017)07/26/2019
    1:20:06
  2. 10.
    Reinhart Kössler, "Namibia and Germany: Negotiating the Past" (U Namibia Press, 2015)07/24/2019
    59:00
  3. 11.
    Caroline Boggis-Rolfe, "The Baltic Story: A Thousand Year History of Its Lands, Sea, and Peoples" (Amberley, 2019)07/08/2019
    52:49
  4. 12.
    Tiffany Florvil and Vanessa Plumly, "Rethinking Black German Studies: Approaches, Interventions, and Histories" (Peter Lang, 2018)07/03/2019
    1:07:40
  5. 13.
    Kristen Ghodsee, "Red Hangover: Legacies of Twentieth-Century Communism" (Duke UP, 2017)06/27/2019
    1:14:13
  6. 14.
    Tim Bouverie, "Appeasement: Chamberlain, Hitler, Churchill and the Road to War" (Tim Duggan Books, 2019)06/27/2019
    38:17
  7. 15.
    Tobias Straumann, "1931: Debt, Crisis, and the Rise of Hitler" (Oxford UP, 2019)06/27/2019
    1:00:52
  8. 16.
    Jeffrey T. Zalar, "Reading and Rebellion in Catholic Germany, 1770-1914" (Cambridge UP, 2019)06/25/2019
    1:00:11
  9. 17.
    Kara Ritzheimer, "'Trash,' Censorship, and National Identity in Early Twentieth-Century Germany" (Cambridge UP, 2016)06/18/2019
    57:15
  10. 18.
    Heidi Tworek, "News from Germany: The Competition to Control World Communications, 1900-1945" (Harvard UP, 2019)06/17/2019
    56:51
  11. 19.
    E. Douglas Bomberger, "Making Music American: 1917 and the Transformation of Culture" (Oxford UP, 2018)06/13/2019
    1:01:02
  12. 20.
    Cathal J. Nolan, "The Allure of Battle: A History of How Wars Have Been Won and Lost" (Oxford UP, 2019)06/06/2019
    1:14:27
  13. 21.
    Heike Bauer, "The Hirschfeld Archives: Violence, Death, and Modern Queer Culture" (Temple UP, 2017)05/23/2019
    39:48
  14. 22.
    Jeremy Black, "The World at War, 1914-1945" (Rowman and Littlefield, 2019)05/22/2019
    48:35
  15. 23.
    Stephen Fritz, "The First Soldier: Hitler as a Military Leader" (Yale UP, 2018)05/21/2019
    1:15:08
  16. 24.
    Clayton Whisnant, "Queer Identities and Politics in Germany: A History, 1880-1945" (Harrington Park Press, 2016)05/08/2019
    1:06:12
  17. 25.
    Henning Pieper, "Fegelein’s Horsemen and Genocidal Warfare: The SS Cavalry Brigade in the Soviet Union" (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015)04/30/2019
    53:28
  18. 26.
    Christian Goeschel, "Mussolini and Hitler: The Forging of the Fascist Alliance" (Yale UP, 2018)04/02/2019
    1:02:30
  19. 27.
    Discussion of Massive Online Peer Review and Open Access Publishing03/19/2019
    30:24
  20. 28.
    Jennifer Ronyak, "Intimacy, Performance, and the Lied in the Early Nineteenth Century" (Indiana UP, 2018)03/07/2019
    48:49
  21. 29.
    Geraldine Heng, "The Invention of Race in the European Middle Ages" (Cambridge UP, 2018)02/26/2019
    59:11
  22. 30.
    Samuel Hayim Brody, "Martin Buber's Theopolitics" (Indiana UP, 2018)02/18/2019
    39:29
  23. 31.
    Dagmar Herzog, "Unlearning Eugenics: Sexuality, Reproduction, and Disability in Post-Nazi Europe" (U Wisconsin Press, 2018)01/25/2019
    41:31
  24. 32.
    Volker Berghahn, "Journalists between Hitler and Adenauer: From Inner Emigration to the Moral Reconstruction of West Germany" (Princeton UP, 2018)01/18/2019
    1:09:05
  25. 33.
    Tim Mohr, "Burning Down the Haus: Punk Rock, Revolution, and the Fall of the Berlin Wall" (Algonquin Books, 2018)01/17/2019
    1:03:17
  26. 34.
    Sarah Thomsen Vierra, "Turkish Germans in the Federal Republic of Germany: Immigration, Space, and Belonging, 1961-1990" (Cambridge UP, 2018)01/14/2019
    1:07:53
  27. 35.
    Daniel Stahl, "Hunt for Nazis: South America's Dictatorships and the Prosecution of Nazi Crimes" (Amsterdam UP, 2018)12/26/2018
    52:02
  28. 36.
    Brian Crim, "Our Germans: Project Paperclip and the National Security State" (Johns Hopkins UP, 2017)12/21/2018
    57:08
  29. 37.
    Noah Benezra Strote, "Lions and Lambs: Conflict in Weimar and the Creation of Post-Nazi Germany" (Yale UP, 2017)12/13/2018
    1:16:24
  30. 38.
    McKenzie Wark, "General Intellects: Twenty-One Thinkers for the Twenty-First Century" (Verso, 2017)12/06/2018
    1:01:16
  31. 39.
    Daniel Siemens, "Stormtroopers: A New History of Hitler’s Brownshirts" (Yale UP, 2017)11/28/2018
    46:10
  32. 40.
    Eric D. Weitz, “Weimar Germany: Promise and Tragedy” (Princeton UP, 2018)11/20/2018
    1:01:41
  33. 41.
    Michael Brenner, “A History of Jews in Germany Since 1945: Politics, Culture, and Society” (Indiana UP, 2018)11/12/2018
    31:58
  34. 42.
    Sue Prideaux, “I Am Dynamite!: A Life of Nietzsche” (Tim Duggan Books, 2018)10/24/2018
    41:22
  35. 43.
    Raz Segal, “Genocide in the Carpathians: War, Social Breakdown and Mass Violence, 1914-1945” (Stanford UP, 2016)10/17/2018
    1:14:46
  36. 44.
    Susan Carruthers, “The Good Occupation: American Soldiers and the Hazards of Peace” (Harvard UP, 2016)10/15/2018
    59:13
  37. 45.
    Bradley W. Hart, “Hitler’s American Friends: The Third Reich’s Supporters in the United States” (Thomas Dunne Books, 2018)10/12/2018
    57:51
  38. 46.
    Sara J. Brenneis, “Spaniards in Mauthausen: Representations of a Nazi Concentration Camp, 1940-2015” (U Toronto, 2018)10/10/2018
    59:16
  39. 47.
    Larry E. Jones, “Hitler versus Hindenburg: The 1932 Presidential Elections and the End of the Weimar Republic” (Cambridge UP, 2016)10/08/2018
    54:22
  40. 48.
    Mary Fulbrook, “Reckonings: Legacies of Nazi Persecution and the Quest for Justice” (Oxford UP, 2018)09/27/2018
    56:37
  41. 49.
    Scott Spector, “Modernism Without Jews?: German Jewish Subjects and Histories” (Indiana UP, 2017)09/12/2018
    1:09:59
  42. 50.
    Joseph Ben Prestel, “Emotional Cities: Debates on Urban Change in Berlin and Cairo, 1860-1910” (Oxford UP, 2017)09/12/2018
    56:23
  43. 51.
    Benjamin Carter Hett, “The Death of Democracy: Hitler’s Rise to Power and the Downfall of the Weimar Republic” (Henry Holt, 2018)09/11/2018
    59:01
  44. 52.
    Ludivine Broch, “Ordinary Workers, Vichy and the Holocaust: French Railwaymen and the Second World War” (Cambridge UP, 2016)09/06/2018
    59:54
  45. 53.
    Simon Levis Sullam, “The Italian Executioners: The Genocide of the Jews of Italy” (Princeton UP, 2018)08/28/2018
    1:03:58
  46. 54.
    Simone Wesner, “Artists’ Voices in Cultural Policy: Careers, Myths and the Creative Profession after German Unification” (Palgrave MacMillan, 2018)08/03/2018
    43:37
  47. 55.
    Mirjam Zadoff, “Werner Scholem: A German Life” (U Penn Press, 2018)07/23/2018
    27:13
  48. 56.
    Konrad Jarausch, “Broken Lives: How Ordinary Germans Experienced the 20th Century” (Princeton UP, 2018)07/20/2018
    52:40
  49. 57.
    Gary Bruce, “Through the Lion Gate: A History of the Berlin Zoo” (Oxford UP, 2017)07/09/2018
    58:04
  50. 58.
    Jennifer A. Miller, “Turkish Guest Workers in Germany: Hidden Lives and Contested Borders, 1960s to 1980s” (U Toronto Press, 2018)07/04/2018
    57:16
  51. 59.
    Pamela Potter, “Art of Suppression: Confronting the Nazi Past in Histories of the Visual and Performing Arts” (U California Press, 2016)06/27/2018
    48:13
  52. 60.
    Lisa M. Todd, “Sexual Treason in Germany during the First World War” (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017)06/22/2018
    1:00:21
  53. 61.
    James Retallack, “Red Saxony: Election Battles and the Spectre of Democracy in Germany, 1860 to 1918” (Oxford UP, 2017)06/12/2018
    1:02:47
  54. 62.
    Frances Kneupper, “The Empire at the End of Time: Identity and Reform in Late Medieval German Prophecy” (Oxford UP, 2016)06/11/2018
    57:05
  55. 63.
    Albert Gurganus, “Kurt Eisner: A Modern Life” (Camden House, 2018)06/06/2018
    1:00:37
  56. 64.
    Rebecca Erbelding, “Rescue Board: The Untold Story of America’s Efforts to Save the Jews of Europe” (Doubleday, 2018)05/31/2018
    58:48
  57. 65.
    Jonathan Boff, “Haig’s Enemy: Crown Prince Rupprecht and Germany’s War on the Western Front” (Oxford UP, 2018)05/28/2018
    1:01:56
  58. 66.
    Stephan Resch, “Stefan Zweig und der Europa-Gedanke” (Königshausen & Neumann, 2017)05/24/2018
    38:26
  59. 67.
    Kate Skinner, “The Fruits of Freedom in British Togoland: Literacy, Politics and Nationalism, 1914-2014” (Cambridge UP, 2015)05/15/2018
    1:00:03
  60. 68.
    Benjamin Bryce, “To Belong in Buenos Aires: Germans, Argentines, and the Rise of a Pluralist Society” (Stanford UP, 2018)05/11/2018
    55:57
  61. 69.
    Nathan Marcus, “Austrian Reconstruction and the Collapse of Global Finance, 1921-1931” (Harvard UP, 2018)05/08/2018
    56:28
  62. 70.
    Dan Bendarz, “East German Intellectuals and the Unification of Germany: An Ethnographic View” (Palgrave, 2017)05/03/2018
    58:20
  63. 71.
    Jannica Budde, “Turkish Women Writers in German Cities” (Königshausen and Neumann, 2017)04/25/2018
    19:44
  64. 72.
    Kevin Simpson, “Soccer under the Swastika: Stories of Survival and Resistance during the Holocaust” (Rowman and Littlefield, 2016)04/12/2018
    57:18
  65. 73.
    Marcel Schmid, “Autopoiesis and Literature: The Short History of an Endless Process” (transcript, 2016)04/12/2018
    25:35
  66. 74.
    Sandra Ott, “Living with the Enemy: German Occupation, Collaboration and Justice in the West Pyrenees, 1940-1948” (Cambridge UP, 2017)04/09/2018
    53:58
  67. 75.
    Katrin Paehler, “The Third Reich’s Intelligence Service: The Career of Walter Schellenberg” (Cambridge University Press, 2017)04/06/2018
    1:10:36
  68. 76.
    Hanna Engelmeier, “Man, the Ape: Anthropology and the Reception of Darwin in Germany, 1850-1900” (Bohlau, 2016)04/02/2018
    20:06
  69. 77.
    Ruth von Bernuth, “How the Wise Men Got to Chelm: The Life and Times of a Yiddish Folk Tradition” (NYU Press, 2017)04/02/2018
    30:36
  70. 78.
    Kerry Wallach, “Passing Illusions: Jewish Visibility in Weimar Germany” (U Michigan Press, 2017)03/29/2018
    39:19
  71. 79.
    Thomas Weber, “Becoming Hitler: The Making of a Nazi” (Basic Books, 2017)03/27/2018
    1:10:05
  72. 80.
    Till Nitschmann, “Theater of the Maimed” (Konigshausen and Neumann, 2015)03/23/2018
    13:11
  73. 81.
    Erin Hochman, “Imagining a Greater Germany: Republican Nationalism and the Idea of Anschluss” (Cornell UP, 2016)03/21/2018
    55:42
  74. 82.
    Laurie Marhoefer, “Sex and the Weimar Republic: German Homosexual Emancipation and the Rise of the Nazis” (U Toronto Press, 2015)03/19/2018
    57:39
  75. 83.
    Sergej Rickenbacher, “Wissen um Stimmung” (Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 2015)03/14/2018
    42:01
  76. 84.
    Yair Mintzker, “The Many Deaths of Jew Suss: The Notorious Trial and Execution of an Eighteenth-Century Court Jew” (Princeton UP, 2017)03/12/2018
    51:39
  77. 85.
    Vivian Liska, “German-Jewish Thought and Its Afterlife: A Tenuous Legacy” (Indiana UP, 2016)03/09/2018
    26:25
  78. 86.
    Sterling Murray, “The Career of an Eighteenth-Century Kapellmeister: The Life and Music of Antonio Rosetti” (U Rochester Press, 2014)03/05/2018
    52:34
  79. 87.
    Julia Kerscher, “Autodidacticism, Artistry, Media Practice” (Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht, 2016)02/28/2018
    18:43
  80. 88.
    Nathan Stoltzfus, “Hitler’s Compromises: Coercion and Consensus in Nazi Germany” (Yale UP, 2016)02/26/2018
    51:55
  81. 89.
    Mark Edward Ruff, “The Battle for the Catholic Past in Germany, 1945-1980” (Cambridge UP, 2017)02/21/2018
    1:03:36
  82. 90.
    Jeffrey Shandler, “Holocaust Memory in the Digital Age: Survivors’ Stories and New Media Practices” (Stanford UP, 2017)02/19/2018
    53:25
  83. 91.
    Mahon Murphy, “Colonial Captivity during the First World War: Internment and the Fall of the German Empire, 1914-1919” (Cambridge UP, 2017)02/14/2018
    56:32
  84. 92.
    David Gerlach, “The Economy of Ethnic Cleansing: The Transformation of German-Czech Borderlands after World War II” (Cambridge UP, 2017)02/05/2018
    59:10
  85. 93.
    Roger Frie, “Not in My Family: German Memory and Responsibility After the Holocaust” (Oxford UP, 2017)01/30/2018
    1:04:39
  86. 94.
    Omer Bartov, “Anatomy of a Genocide: The Life and Death of a Town Called Buczacz” (Simon and Schuster, 2018)01/30/2018
    1:04:03
  87. 95.
    Noam Zadoff, “Gershom Scholem: From Berlin to Jerusalem and Back” (Brandeis UP, 2018)01/23/2018
    1:12:26
  88. 96.
    Margarete Fuchs, “The Moving View: The Gaze in the Modern German Literature” (Rombach Verlag, 2014)01/22/2018
    18:54
  89. 97.
    Lena Wetenkamp, “Europe Narrated, Contextualized and Remembered” (Koenigshausen and Neumann, 2017)01/16/2018
    30:42
  90. 98.
    Vanya E. Bellinger, “Marie von Clausewitz: The Woman Behind the Making of On War” (Oxford UP, 2016)01/03/2018
    39:19
  91. 99.
    Martin Kalb, “Coming of Age: Constructing and Controlling Youth in Munich, 1942-1973” (Berghahn Books, 2016)01/03/2018
    43:22
  92. 100.
    Tanja Angela Kunz , “Sehnsucht nach dem Guten” (Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 2017)12/24/2017
    34:06
  93. 101.
    Robbert-Jan Adriaansen, “The Rhythm of Eternity: The German Youth Movement and the Experience of the Past, 1900-1933” (Berghahn Books, 2015)12/19/2017
    1:01:30
  94. 102.
    Steven P. Remy, “The Malmedy Massacre: The War Crimes Trial Controversy” (Harvard UP, 2017)12/13/2017
    55:00
  95. 103.
    Sareeta Amrute, “Encoding Race, Encoding Class: Indian IT Workers in Berlin” (Duke UP, 2016)12/13/2017
    47:02
  96. 104.
    Christian Kirchmeier “Morality and Literature: A Historical Typology” (Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 2013)12/01/2017
    28:30
  97. 105.
    Guenter Lewy, “Perpetrators: The World of the Holocaust Killers” (Oxford UP, 2017)11/29/2017
    39:06
  98. 106.
    Andrew S. Tompkins, “Better Active than Radioactive! Anti-Nuclear Protest in 1970s France and West Germany” (Oxford UP, 2016)11/28/2017
    54:17
  99. 107.
    Lawrence R. Douglas, “The Right Wrong Man: John Demjanjuk and the Last Great Nazi War Crimes Trial” (Princeton UP, 2016)11/27/2017
    45:47
  100. 108.
    Andreas Gehrlach, “Thieves: Stealing in Literature, Philosophy, and Myth” (Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 2016)11/24/2017
    27:11
  101. 109.
    Pamela Swett, “Selling under the Swastika: Advertising and Commercial Culture in Nazi Germany” (Stanford UP, 2013)11/16/2017
    54:49
  102. 110.
    Nicholas O’Shaughnessy, “Marketing the Third Reich: Persuasion, Packaging, and Propaganda” (Routledge, 2017)11/06/2017
    39:02
  103. 111.
    Theodore Vial, “Modern Religion, Modern Race” (Oxford UP, 2016)11/06/2017
    47:22
  104. 112.
    Christian Ingrao, “Believe and Destroy: Intellectuals in the SS War Machine” (Polity Press, 2015)10/26/2017
    55:44
  105. 113.
    Marion Deshmukh, “Max Liebermann: Modern Art and Modern Germany” (Routledge, 2015)10/17/2017
    1:06:30
  106. 114.
    Rachel Seelig, “Strangers in Berlin: Modern Jewish Literature between East and West, 1919-1933” (U. Michigan Press, 2016)09/25/2017
    31:52
  107. 115.
    Scott Moranda, “The People’s Own Landscape: Nature, Tourism and Dictatorship in East Germany” (U. Michigan Press, 2014)08/19/2017
    45:36
  108. 116.
    Alice Weinreb, “Modern Hungers: Food and Power in Twentieth-Century Germany” (Oxford UP, 2017)08/13/2017
    53:20
  109. 117.
    Albert Wu, “From Christ to Confucius: German Missionaries, Chinese Christians, and the Globalization of Christianity, 1860-1950” (Yale UP, 2016)07/19/2017
    56:46
  110. 118.
    Eric Kurlander, “Hitler’s Monsters: A Supernatural History of the Third Reich” (Yale UP, 2017)07/11/2017
    51:47
  111. 119.
    Amir Engel, “Gershom Scholem: An Intellectual Biography” (U. Chicago Press, 2017)05/15/2017
    36:58
  112. 120.
    Leonard Barkan, “Berlin for Jews: A Twenty-First Century Companion” (U. Chicago Press, 2016)05/08/2017
    38:04
  113. 121.
    Tania Munz, “The Dancing Bees: Karl von Frisch and the Discovery of the Honeybee Language” (U of Chicago Press, 2016)04/25/2017
    1:01:31
  114. 122.
    James Q. Whitman, “Hitler’s American Model: The United States and the Making of Nazi Race Law” (Princeton UP, 2017)04/12/2017
    48:03
  115. 123.
    Richard Weikart, “Hitler’s Religion: The Twisted Beliefs that Drove the Third Reich” (Regnery History, 2016)03/14/2017
    1:00:52
  116. 124.
    Norman Ohler, “Blitzed: Drugs in the Third Reich” (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2017)03/08/2017
    50:24
  117. 125.
    Eve Rosenhaft and Robbie Aitken, “Black Germany: The Making and Unmaking of a Diaspora Community, 1884-1960” (Cambridge UP, 2015)02/04/2017
    52:30
  118. 126.
    Stephen Brockmann, “The Writers’ State: Constructing East German Literature, 1945-1959” (Camden House, 2015)01/27/2017
    50:59
  119. 127.
    Benjamin Martin, “The Nazi-Fascist New Order for European Culture” (Harvard UP, 2016)11/29/2016
    58:16
  120. 128.
    Colin Holmes, “Searching for Lord Haw-Haw: The Political Lives of William Joyce” (Routledge, 2016)11/18/2016
    50:46
  121. 129.
    Fred Amram, “We’re in America Now: A Survivor’s Stories” (Holy Cow! Press, 2016)10/14/2016
    31:36
  122. 130.
    Carsten Schapkow, “Role Model and Countermodel: The Golden Age of Iberian Jewry and German Jewish Culture during the Era of Emancipation” (Lexington Books, 2015)09/19/2016
    49:47
  123. 131.
    Greg Eghigian, “The Corrigible and the Incorrigible: Science, Medicine, and the Convict in Twentieth-Century Germany” (U. of Michigan Press, 2015)09/09/2016
    47:20
  124. 132.
    Lauren Faulkner Rossi, “Wehrmacht Priests: Catholicism and the Nazi War of Annihilation” (Harvard UP, 2015)08/16/2016
    1:01:53
  125. 133.
    John Freed, “Frederick Barbarossa: The Prince and the Myth” (Yale UP, 2016)07/15/2016
    1:08:05
  126. 134.
    Sven-Erik Rose, “Jewish Philosophical Politics in Germany, 1789-1848” (Brandeis UP, 2014)06/20/2016
    31:12
  127. 135.
    Stefan Ihrig, “Justifying Genocide: Germany and the Armenians from Bismarck to Hitler” (Harvard UP, 2016)06/18/2016
    52:49
  128. 136.
    Robert Holub, “Nietzsche’s Jewish Problem: Between Anti-Semitism and Anti-Judaism” (Princeton UP, 2016)05/09/2016
    32:46
  129. 137.
    Suzanne Brown-Fleming, “Nazi Persecution and Postwar Repercussions” (Rowman and Littlefield, 2016)03/31/2016
    41:48
  130. 138.
    Alan McDougall, “The People’s Game: Football, State and Society in East Germany” (Cambridge UP, 2014)03/24/2016
    48:07
  131. 139.
    Stefan Ihrig, “Ataturk in the Nazi Imagination” (Harvard UP, 2014)02/24/2016
    55:34
  132. 140.
    Timothy Snyder, “Black Earth: The Holocaust as History and Warning” (Tim Duggan Books, 2015)01/28/2016
    1:17:10
  133. 141.
    Kim Wunschmann, “Before Auschwitz: Jewish Prisoners in the Prewar Concentration Camps” (Harvard University Press 2015)12/12/2015
    30:45
  134. 142.
    Nick Hopwood, “Haeckel’s Embryos: Images, Evolution, and Fraud” (University of Chicago Press, 2015)11/30/2015
    45:00
  135. 143.
    Nicholas Stargardt, “The German War: A Nation Under Arms, 1939-1945” (Basic Books, 2015)11/18/2015
    1:09:04
  136. 144.
    Shelly Cline, “Women at Work: The SS Aufseherin and the Gendered Perpetration of the Holocaust” (Ph. D. Diss, U of Kansas, 2014)09/22/2015
    53:38
  137. 145.
    Kelly J. Whitmer, “The Halle Orphanage as Scientific Community: Observation, Eclecticism, and Pietism in the Early Enlightenment” (U of Chicago Press, 2015)08/30/2015
    1:07:27
  138. 146.
    Dan Stone, “The Liberation of the Camps: The End of the Holocaust and its Aftermath” (Yale UP, 2015)08/25/2015
    59:28
  139. 147.
    Nikolaus Wachsmann, “KL: A History of the Nazi Concentration Camps” (FSG, 2015)08/10/2015
    57:14
  140. 148.
    Sarah Helm, “Ravensbruck: Life and Death in Hitler’s Concentration Camp for Women” (Nan A. Talese, 2015)08/01/2015
    1:25:47
  141. 149.
    Anton Weiss-Wendt, “The Nazi Genocide of the Roma” (Berghahn, 2015) and “Racial Science in Hitler’s New Europe” (U of Nebraska Press, 2013)07/06/2015
    1:15:28
  142. 150.
    J. Laurence Hare, “Excavating Nations: Archaeology, Museums, and the German-Danish Borderlands” (U of Toronto Press, 2015)06/28/2015
    51:01
  143. 151.
    Emily Kuriloff, “Contemporary Psychoanalysis and the Third Reich” (Routledge, 2013)06/02/2015
    51:37
  144. 152.
    Thomas Kemple, “Intellectual Work and the Spirit of Capitalism: Weber’s Calling” (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014)04/28/2015
    1:09:25
  145. 153.
    Michael Gorra, “The Bells in Their Silence: Travels through Germany” (Princeton UP, 2006)04/24/2015
    55:49
  146. 154.
    Udi Greenberg, “The Weimar Century: German Emigres and the Ideological Foundation of the Cold War” (Princeton UP, 2015)03/09/2015
    47:08
  147. 155.
    Alon Confino, “A World Without Jews: The Nazi Imagination from Persecution to Genocide” (Yale UP, 2014)03/02/2015
    51:04
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